MIT Sloan

One of the schools I considered.

School Information

  • Name: MIT Sloan School of Business
  • Website: http://mitsloan.mit.edu/
  • Application Fee: $230

    • Deadline, Round 1: Oct 28, 2008
  • GMAC Code: X5X-QS-41

Target ECs

Essay Questions (Fall 2008)

All applicants

  • Essay 1: Please tell us about a time when you had an impact on a group or organization. Describe in detail what you thought, felt, said, and did. (500 words or less.)
  • Essay 2: Please tell us about a challenging interaction you had with a person or group. Describe in detail what you thought, felt, said, and did. (500 words or less.)
  • Essay 3: Please tell us about a time when you defended your idea. Describe in detail what you thought, felt, said, and did. (500 words or less.)
  • Essay 4: Please tell us about a time when you executed a plan. Describe in detail what you thought, felt, said, and did. (500 words or less.)

Entrepreneurship and Innovation (E&I) applicants only

  • Essay 5: Tell us about a time when you shared your talents or expertise with a group or organization. (500 words or less.)

LFM applicants only

  • Essay 6: Why do you wish to pursue the LFM Program? How does this fit into your future plans? (250 words or less.) You are welcome to copy and paste text directly from your cover letter.
  • Essay 7: Why do you wish to pursue the engineering field and specialty area you have selected? (250 words or less.) You are welcome to copy and paste text directly from your cover letter.

Supplemental Information

You may provide additional information about any of the following topics that you consider relevant. Please tell us anything that will round out our impression of you as a unique individual.

  1. List the leadership activities in which you have actively participated, including your responsibilities and positions held in the organization, and dates. Provide contact name(s) and contact information for each leadership activity.
  2. List your academic and/or professional awards, including the basis for your selection and the date(s) of the honor(s).
  3. List your hobbies, interests, and activities, including any significant accomplishments related to them.
  4. Special circumstances related to your academic program which you would like to mention (up to 500 words).
  5. Whatever else you would like the Admissions Committee to know (up to 500 words).

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